Good ropes course. There are 5 different courses, which includes a small training course. Each course ends in a zip line. The last one is a tall, long zip over the lake.
The staff was helpful and nice, even when my son didn't quite make it to the end of the zip line and had to be rescued.
My family often does ropes courses, so this one was fun in comparison to others. It looked better than the other options in the area since you are actually in the trees, not inside or in a building.
The only downside was our long wait at the beginning. It took a long time for our group to get harnessed up and through the first training course. Because we had our kids to supervise, we were put at the end of the group. It was over an hour before we got on our first real course.
Once we were on the other courses, we didn't have to wait much. We went early in the day and it was starting to get busy as we left. But I can imagine the wait times would get longer during the busy season.
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